Answering the 2021 NFL draft's biggest questions: Experts debate favorite picks, top rookie classes, QBs, more

Which 2021 rookie QB will start a playoff game first? (2:06)

Max Kellerman makes a case for why Justin Fields will be the first QB out of the 2021 NFL draft to start a playoff game. (2:06)

You've read our 2021 NFL draft grades, along with the best picks for all 32 teams, biggest Day 3 steals and the lingering questions that every team has headed into the offseason. Now it's time for our panel of NFL experts to weigh in on what they liked and didn't like about all seven rounds of the draft.

With five quarterbacks off the board in the top 15 picks, a record 65 SEC prospects drafted and a few big trades, there was all sorts of intrigue around the 2021 class. There were a few immediate starters taken on the first two days, along with a few prospects who will need more time to develop before they see the field.

We asked our panel to evaluate the new crop of rookies, answering questions about the quarterbacks, their favorite picks, which team's rookie class could make the biggest impact and more. Check back every day this week to see more questions and answers:

The topics our panel has hit so far (click the links to see the answers):

Which team's rookie class will make the biggest impact in 2021?

Matt Bowen, NFL analyst: Jets. Their first four picks should contribute immediately. Zach Wilson, who has high-end arm talent and movement ability, is their Week 1 starter at quarterback. USC's Alijah Vera-Tucker could start as a guard or tackle on the offensive front, while wide receiver Elijah Moore and running back Michael Carter both have scheme-specific traits to fit in Mike LaFleur's new offensive system.